Make the Shortest Day of the Year the Brightest!

The Winter Solstice, or as we say, the first day of Winter is tonight…the shortest day of the year.  With less hours of natural light, it is easy to suffer from the winter blues, which can make you feel tired, sad or moody.  Instead, welcome winter by modifying or adding light to your home.  A simple alteration such as changing a lighting fixture in your kitchen or dining area or adding a table lamp, can really change your mood when coming in from a cold, dreary winter’s day.  

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Looking For Last Minute Gift Ideas?

Go to Quoizel.com to find an authorized dealer near you for your last minute holiday shopping! Splashes of color, creative textures and beautiful designs… there is something for everyone!

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Need Some Stress Relief?

Drained after a day of holiday shopping?  There’s a few things you can do to make your house a home….a place you look forward to coming to at the end of the day.

Decorative pillows, throw blankets, a comfy chair, music and intimate lighting will set the mood for you to enjoy the few hours you have at home.

After looking at that computer screen all day, try looking at this contemporary diverse and sharp Abode pendant from Quoizel’s Platinum Collection!  The dual shades are combined to create a cohesive look with clear organza trimmed in grey under a laser cut metal shade with an intriguing unique design. The sleek polished chrome finish completes the look.

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Happy Hanukkah

Happy Hanukkah!  Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights, begins at sunset Sunday, December 6th and lasts for eight days ending at nightfall on Monday, December 14th.

Chag Sameach to all those that celebrate!

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Back to School Cool…!!

Although a very different story than Rodney Dangerfield’s shenanigans in Back to School, Quoizel’s President & CEO, Rick Seidman, heads to Clemson to further his education!

Rick’s story can be found on Clemson’s MBA website where he is quoted as saying “My MBA experience at Clemson has been a life- changing event.”  He continues to say “My high school and undergraduate college experiences were driven by my desire to achieve high grades to first get into college and then to get a good job with a top firm.  In stark contrast, my reason for going for an MBA was to gain knowledge.”  And gain knowledge he has!  He has also shared and implemented many of the concepts he has learned with his teams at Quoizel.

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